Beginning next month, Andrew Beaujon will join the Poynter Institute as a media reporter, filling out the void left when Jim Romenesko quit late last year. Mr. Beaujon is currently the arts and entertainment editor at TBD.com, a Washington D.C. news site.
Prior to TBD, Mr. Beaujon worked at Washington City Paper, Martha Stewart Living and SPIN. He is the author of Body Piercing Saved My Life, a nonfiction book about Christian rock.
On April 15, 2009, the @tombrokaw account sent out the following tweet: “White House says Obama ‘unaware’ of tea parties! LOL!”
This contains vital information, yes, but @tombrokaw has nothing to do with the real Tom Brokaw, the NBC news lifer. The real Tom Brokaw, it turns out, has no Twitter account and no Read More
This weekend, The New York Times‘ ‘Social Q’s’ columnist Philip Galanes received the following question:
An acquaintance had her breasts enhanced. She never announced the fact or discussed it. Should I have commented on her new look the first time I saw her? She hasn’t sought my opinion, so I’ve said nothing. But Read More
As you may know if you read half a dozen media news and gossip sites, Howell Raines profiled the Poynter Institute’s Jim Romenesko in this month’s Portfolio. Mr. Raines calls Mr. Romenesko’s media news site, "a high-tech tom-tom for angst-ridden members of a dying tribe" and calls the man himself "both the medium Read More